The Withdrawal Agreement
Part 2: Residence Rights and Procedures
This is the second article (of a total of 6 articles) in British in Europe’s January 2020 information campaign about the Withdrawal Agreement and how it affects you as a British citizen living in an EU country.
In this article we take a look at what the Withdrawal Agreement has to say about residence rights and procedures in your host country.
The following articles will look at
- Health care, pensions and social security;
- Working rights, professional qualifications and family reunification;
- What’s not covered by the WA;
- Frequently asked questions.
The first article in the series covered what the Withdrawal Agreement is (and what it isn’t), what it does, how it’s different from the no deal legislation that your host country will have produced, and who it covers. You can read it here.
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You can download a pdf of the full document HERE.
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